For Black women, combating negative cultural and media imagery has been an uphill climb. For Worldview’s occasional series, Images Movies and Race, we reflect on this Martin Luther King Day with a look back to a compelling and award–winning 2010 conversation on racial imagery in American media and film. Richard Steele will talk with historian and media analyst, Brenda Verner.
The Chicago Defender has been around for a long time--since 1905.And it’s always been more than a newspaper. It was a voice for the voiceless, a lamp that shed light on Jim Crow, and a catalyst for the Great Migration.
A couple hours before President Obama’s State of the Union address, Indiana’s Governor, Republican Mike Pence, delivered his state of the state address in Indianapolis.Pence was clear about his top five priorities: Schools, roads, confronting drug abuse, and jobs and the economy.Toward t